The heart of Tel Aviv - 1 day tour (Fridays only)
Diaspora museum | Rabin's Square, place of assassination of Itzhak Rabin | Old Jaffa | Neve Tzedek, the first neighborhood of Tel Aviv and Nahalat Benyamin | Sheinkin, the colorful street especially known with the unique shops, café life and youthful ambiance.
Bethlehem and Jericho - 1 day tour (Mon, Wed & Sat)
Bethlehem; the Church of Nativity and manger's square; Shepherds' field and return to Jerusalem.
Drive through the Judean desert; stop for a view of the Good Samaritan Inn. Jericho – the oldest city in the world. Stop at Zacheus Sycamore and for an view of Mt. of Temptation. Mount of ancient Jericho.
Dead Sea Relaxation Spa - 1 day tour
Drive to the Dead Sea through the Judean Desert. Spend the day on site, enjoy the opportunity to float in the Dead Sea and cover yourself with the mineral rich, therapeutic Dead Sea mud. On return, view Qumran caves, where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found and view Jericho the oldest city on earth.
Safed and Golan Heights - 1 day tour (Thursdays)
Drive to Safed , the center of Jewish mysticism and Kabala movement; Ancient Caro and Ari synagogues and the artists' colony. Golan Heights to see the former Syrian bunkers . Enjoy a panoramic view of the Hula valley .
View from Mount of Olives. Mount Zion & King David's tomb, the room of last supper and the Dormition Abbey; Old City and the Armenian and Jewish quarters, the Cardo, the Roman road. The Jewish Wailing Wall, the Kotel, the Christian quarter. Via Dolorosa and visit the church of Holy Sepulchre.
A National park and the remains of a fishing village from the time of the Second Temple, on a site that was the focus of Jesus’ Galilee ministry. Capernaum fulfilled such a central role in the life of Jesus that it was sometimes called “the town of Jesus.” As the New Testament describes it: “And leaving Nazareth, He came and dwelt in Capernaum, which is by the sea...” (Matt 4:13). Here in Capernaum and its surroundings Jesus chose his Apostles.
A New Year's gift: Caesarea National Park and audiovisual presentations in one ticket!
Settlement at what became Caesarea, on Israel’s central Mediterranean coast began in the third century BCE during the Hellenistic period as a small Phoenician port city called Straton’s Tower.
Hai Bar Carmel covers some 6,000 dunams (1,500 acres) in the heart of Mount Carmel’s “Little Switzerland.” If we could turn back the clock, we would discover on Mount Carmel a world of living things that is different from what we see today: panthers, roe deer, nesting vulture colonies, Egyptian vultures, falcons, and may species of night owls once roamed the area.